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  1. The_Potty_1

    Windows ten October update

    Hi I bought a Dell PowerEdge T30 a couple of years ago, and it's been great. However, it recently started bluescreening, and I assume its due to a new driver in the Windows ten October update. Note that I have a Dell T20 as well, which is unaffected. Both the T20 and T30 have identical Radeon...
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    Draining the swamp?

    OK it wasn't a swamp, it was just a bit green. Yeesh, let me start again. So, my pool is a constant trial. The main problem is the tree next to it, which produces thousands of pulpy berries, they hang down in clusters around 8cm long and 3cm wide, and one on its own can immobilise a kreepy...
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    Cancelling Cell-C fibre [HOWTO]

    So I've had a fibre contract with Cell-C / Vumatel for just over 2 years, I've been on their nastiest entry-level offering (4 down, 1 up), and felt it was time to scale up. After reading the extremely helpful 'Comparing ISP networks' thread, I decided to switch to Cool Ideas, and jump to 50/5...
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    RAID / Storage spaces?

    Hi I've got a pretty low-end desktop at work, and a similar box at home. Both are running windows ten, and have 500Gb disk drives. When windows starts up, my drive typically runs at 100% for some time, and the computer is unresponsive. I suspect that windows silently defragments your drives...
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    SARS efiling browser compatibility

    Getting the SARS website to run is super tedious, so I'm documenting what I've tried, because I'm sorta forgetful, and a record of what I've done will prevent me from trying something pointless more than once. I'm looking at the SARS site, but I do get that browsers change all the time, so...
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    Boosting my home network

    Hi I've had fibre for about 2 years, and frankly the out of the box experience seems to fail on the final 10%. The actual hardware I have probably just needs a small tweak in order to work a whole lot better. I have a Raycore RC-CP9 router plugged into the glass, from this, there was 2m of...
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